He is the founder of the Consultancy for Bryology and Lichenology which is located in Soest where there is a herbarium with a collection of lichens mainly from the Netherlands and the tropics. From 2008 he has been collection manager at Pinetum Blijdenstein (nl) in Hilversum. He is a member of the International Association for Lichenology and the American Bryological and Lichenological Society.
He is a visiting professor at the UFMS in Campo Grande, Brazil.
- A Monograph of Didymosphaeria, André Aptroot: Studies in Mycology 37; 1-160 (1995) [thesis]
- Veldgids Korstmossen, Kok van Herk, André Aptroot & Laurens Sparrius, KNNV Uitgeverij (2019)
- Consultancy for Bryology and Lichenology
- International Association for Lichenology
- Hyde KD, Wong SW. (1999). "Didymella aptrootii sp. nov. from bamboo submerged in freshwater" (PDF). Australasian Mycologist. 18 (3): 54–92.
- Sipman, H.; Aubel, R.J.M.T. van. (1992). "New Parmeliaceae (Lichenes) from the Guianas and surroundings". Mycotaxon. 44 (1): 1–12.
- Citations for André Aptroot in Google Scholar
- Netherlands Bryological and Lichenological Society Reports (nl)
- Wikispecies: "Lichens of St Helena"; "Pictures of Tropical Lichens" and other publications of André Aptroot
- Galapagos Species Checklist Lichenized Fungi, Frank Bungartz, Frauke Ziemmeck, Alba Yanez Ayabaca, Fredy Nugra, André Aptroot
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